Pet Phobia, Anxiety & Emotional Disorders

" Your pets have unique and rather profound insights into your life.

It is a fascinating experience listening to their input."

"Our pets are part of our family, not to mention our best friends. When there is something worrying them it is not unusual for them to behave unusually, and sometimes there just seems to be no understanding between our pet and what we require of them.

There are some questions that arise frequently due to the nature of our desire to co-exist with our non human family. I have listed some of the most common below as they may be of help. "

Pet Behaviour Issues

Phobias, Anxiety & Emotional Disorders

Pets can have behaviour issues that originate from many different experiences in their past, present and occasionally in their genetic make up. When you bring a new pet into your home, especially a rescued pet, this can also cause initial or continuing  issues with your other pets.

Some pets become phobic or excessively fearful about doing particular things or hearing certain sounds. All species have their biological nature, however they too experience trauma, illness, fear, confusion, abandonment and other emotional states, in their own individual way. It is possible to de-stress and change behaviour of the vast majority of pets quickly, when they communicate the reasons of why and when the behaviour began.

Dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, reptiles or any animals you take into your family can experience fear, anxiety, confusion or depression or other negative emotions, as much as we can. Animals have their own issues, but can be just as affected by our extreme emotional states. They live with us, they do know what we are thinking and feeling. (They don´t always understand our skewed negative thoughts though!)

Pets like helping us feel better. Often they take our stress on in an effort to help. This can cause a cycling of stress between both of you and results in a big burden for an animal to take on. An Animal Communication session can bring clarity and a huge relief to an animal.

Dog Behaviour Problems

Dogs can have many types of behaviour problems. Usually occurring by trauma and issues from past situations. These experiences can trigger fearful, depressed, confused, obsessive or aggressive expression with other animals or people. Pets can take on their carer´s emotional problems in an effort to help, however that can end in very unnecessary stress for an animal.

Through an animal communication session, the first thing to do is find out from the dog about its past history, it´s fears and confusion and any past trauma.

Once a pet understands why and what behaviour is unacceptable, a rapid transformation of the pet´s habits or destructive ways is common.



Frequently Asked Questions on Animal Behaviour

Q. Why does my pet seem depressed? He has been very withdrawn and more anxious. The vet can't find anything wrong. What will I do?

A. After checking things out with the vet, look at what is going on in your own life. Some pets are sensitive to changes, problems or stress within the home. Telepathically, tell them not to worry about you. All humans have problems. They are not to take on your issues or any responsibility for changes in the household.Often they have an intuition about situations that are happening and have no way to tell you. Learn to listen to your pet. Many of them know the answers to your problems.

Q. My dog barks constantly when I leave home. Neighbours complain. What can I do?

A. The dog could be bored or anxious. I have simple techniques to settle animals and stop the compulsive barking. Animals also need to be told how upsetting this is. We also need to find out what is causing this situation.

Q. My cat urinates in the house. How can I stop him?

A. Firstly make sure there is nothing physically wrong. Then silently tell your cat that the behaviour is stinky, filthy, germ ridden, unacceptable and he should only ever pee outside or in his tray. While saying this tighten your pelvic floor muscles so the cat knows the area of the body you are talking about. There is usually a situation in the home that is bothering an animal that needs to be addressed.

Q. My dog is old and very sick. How will I know when he is suffering too much and I need to put him down? I love him so much I don't want to do it before he is ready.

A. An animal communication session can help determine how much pain he is in. It is also very comforting to have a deep conversation before he passes.

Q. How can I stop my dog/cat from running on the road?

A. As you hold an image of the road in your minds eye, silently explain the danger and possible death if he continues to run on the road. '(Your life with us will be over forever!)'

Q. I worry about my animals whenever I go on vacation. They get very miserable and act strangely when I get home.

A. Make sure your animals are minded by someone you trust. Silently tell your animals how long you will be gone. Think of them while you are away and send them love (not worry) and they will stay connected with you and not feel so much stress.

Q. I work long hours and I am thinking of getting another dog/cat to keep my pet company.

A. Not all pets want to share their home. Silently ask your pet if he does. Let your pet be part of the choosing of your new animal. At the very least make sure you tell your pet that you are getting a new friend for him.

Q. My pet is lost. How can I find him.

A. Apart from the usual methods, visualize a path of white light from your home to an image of your pet in your minds eye. Make sure when you do it you are not sending worry or fear. Stay centered in your love for your animal.

Q. I have a pet from the pound. She is very nervous around men and runs and hides when anyone raises their voice.

A. She has obviously been abused. Most importantly make sure you tell her (silently) that this is her new home and she will never be abandoned or hurt again. It really helps an animal to express their past pain. It allows their true personality to be revealed and releases the trauma.

Do you have unresolved behavioural issues with your pet
or know someone who does?

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